Monday, 29 November 2010

Elton John to perform at Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding

Elton John recently indicates that he may be involved in the marriage festivities, after Prince William and Kate Middleton revealed about their engagement and wedding dates.

Elton says that he may be participating in the couple marriage even if it means that John has to set up his piano outside of Westminster Abbey said in an interview with BBC Radio 2.

When asked about his involvement in the Royal wedding of Prince William and Kate, Elton John revealed that he would "probably" be involved, jokingly saying, "I'll probably be outside busking."

Since the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton is still in the planning stages, Elton John told BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright that there's still time to work out the details but his possible involvement in the wedding won’t be the focus of his guest-editing gig at the British newspaper, The Independent. "I think we've had enough of that for the time being."

Friday, 19 November 2010

Sir Elton John to perform in Isle of Man

It has been confirmed that Sir Elton John will first time ever going to perform in Isle of Man

On 16th June,in Nobles Park, Douglas, he will going to appear solo only with his piano to perform in front of all fans.

Promoters Marshall Arts said,It is one of a handful of dates the star is due to perform in the UK next summer and the only performance without his band.

"I have never played in the Isle of Man before, so I'm looking forward to the concert on June.Every year I play concerts all over the world, often in the most extraordinary and exotic places.I never tire of playing... in the summer (it) is always a special joy." said Sir Elton John.

He will also perform in Cardiff, Glasgow, Shrewsbury, Northampton and Brighton.

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Sir Elton John To Go Live Later This Month

Later this month Sir Elton John will be performing live at London concert. This will be an intimate concert at London's Union Chapel.

He will going to sing out the song from his latest album 'The Union', as well as his classic hits at the special show at the city's Union Chapel in Islington on 25 November.

Those who are looking for ticket show and want to see the grand singer playing solo with his large piano will only be available to competition winners through Absolute Radio, with their Breakfast Show DJ Christian O'Connell hosting the event.

Before it is broadcast in full on Boxing Day (26.12.10), it can be also viewed on the station through the week of 6 December

The 63-year-old star recently admitted he no longer feels he can write pop music and doesn't plan to release commercial singles any more.

He said: "I'm at that stage where I don't think I can write pop music anymore.

"I can't sit down and do a proper rock song. It was ok when I was 25 or 26, but not anymore. I like to do my little side-projects like Scissor Sisters and have fun, but I don't think Elton John will be putting any pop singles out."